For any CBD oil products to be legal, it must be extracted from plants grown under specific conditions, contain less than 0.3% THC, and meet other requirements set forth in the Farm Bill of 2018.

In late May 2019, the TSA changed the wording on their “What Can I Bring” web page. It now states that flying with CBD oil products is fine if it comes from plants with less than 0.3% THC.

As with all liquids through a TSA checkpoint, CBD oil must be in a 3.4oz or smaller container. CBD oil in a container larger than 3.4oz is only allowed in your checked baggage. CBD Vape Pens are only allowed in your carry-on bag.

The answer to this question will be different for everyone. It really comes down to personal preference. Some people like the exact measurements they can get with drops. Others prefer the convenience of capsules or pills. Others find vaping a relaxing method. Some like to apply it topically. To find out what works best for you, have fun experimenting with various methods!

Probably not. All the products on our website are legal and contain less than 0.3% THC. You would have to be consuming a large amount of CBD for the THC to show up on a drug test. Having said that, drug tests vary, and some are more sensitive than others. We cannot guarantee that you will or will not pass a drug test if you are taking CBD. If you want to be sure, please select only CBD products that are THC-free.

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For best results please store your CBD products in a cool, dry area with no direct exposure to constant light. Stored under these conditions CBD products have about a one year shelf life.